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  • Any time you have a large group of people working tirelessly toward a goal, you're bound

    任何時候,當你有一大群人為一個目標不懈努力時,你一定會

  • to get some interesting suggestions on how to achieve said goal. In weight loss, there's

    以獲得一些關於如何實現上述目標的有趣建議。在減肥方面,有

  • silly cleanses, radical diets, and vibrating corsets. With investing and wealth building,

    愚蠢的清洗,激進的飲食,以及振動的胸衣。有了投資和財富建設。

  • there's too many get-rich-quick schemes to count. And in becoming a doctor, we have these

    有太多的快速致富計劃,難以計數。而在成為一名醫生的過程中,我們有這些

  • 4 terrible pieces of premed advice. Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com

    4條可怕的醫學預科建議。Jubbal博士,MedSchoolInsiders.com

  • Because medical school admissions is highly competitive, there are some number of gunners

    因為醫學院的招生競爭非常激烈,有一些槍手

  • out there who purposely sabotage their peers in hopes that by bringing down others, it

    有的人故意破壞他們的同行,希望通過打倒別人,使其成為

  • will elevate themselves. This behavior is pathetic, you'll have trouble sleeping at

    會抬高自己。這種行為是可悲的,你會在睡覺時難以入睡

  • night, and you'll forever become a scumbag steve, so don't do it.

    晚上,你將永遠成為一個卑鄙小人史蒂夫,所以不要這樣做。

  • But gunners aren't the cause of these premed myths and misplaced advice. Instead, this

    但槍手並不是這些醫學預科神話和錯誤建議的原因。相反,這

  • is a phenomenon of the blind leading the blind. In premed forums, it's primarily other premeds

    是一種盲人摸象的現象。在醫學預科論壇上,主要是其他醫學預科生

  • who are reading, posting, and sometimes even impersonating those with more experience.

    這些人正在閱讀、發帖,有時甚至冒充有更多經驗的人。

  • As a result, it becomes an echo chamber of premeds repeating advice they've heard from

    結果,它變成了一個預科醫生的迴音室,重複著他們聽來的建議。

  • other premeds. These are 4 pieces of misplaced advice or overlooked factors amongst premeds.

    其他預科生。這是預科生中的4條錯誤建議或被忽視的因素。

  • The first mistake premeds and their advisors make is overlooking the cold, hard facts and

    預科生和他們的顧問所犯的第一個錯誤是忽視了冷酷無情的事實和

  • data. In choosing what to believe, many people resort to the confirmation biasfirst

    數據。在選擇相信什麼時,許多人訴諸於確認偏見--首先

  • choosing their belief, and then seeking out data and anecdotes to support said belief.

    選擇他們的信念,然後尋找數據和軼事來支持上述信念。

  • The problem here is that the data is generally very straightforward in medical school admissions,

    這裡的問題是,在醫學院的招生中,數據一般是非常直接的。

  • but those with strong confirmation bias will downplay the facts and focus on rare anecdotes

    但那些有強烈確認偏見的人,會淡化事實,專注於罕見的奇聞軼事。

  • to prove their point. One fact that doesn't get enough recognition

    以證明他們的觀點。一個沒有得到足夠認可的事實是

  • is that if you're of South or East Asian descent, on average you'll need substantially higher

    如果你是南亞或東亞後裔,平均而言,你需要更多的錢。

  • MCAT and GPA than any other population, including Caucasians, to gain admission to medical school.

    與包括白種人在內的任何其他人群相比,要獲得醫學院的錄取資格,必須要有MCAT和GPA。

  • That's not my opinion - those are the facts based on multiple years of official data release

    這不是我的觀點--這些是基於多年來官方數據發佈的事實

  • by the AAMC. Another dataset that's skewed is the conversation

    由AAMC。另一個被歪曲的數據集是對話

  • about attending osteopathic versus allopathic medical school. A premed advisor told me that

    關於上骨科與對抗療法醫學院的問題。一位醫學預科顧問告訴我

  • in helping premeds decide whether to pursue MD or DO routes, they would ask the student

    在幫助醫學預科生決定是走醫學博士還是醫學博士路線時,他們會問學生

  • what type of physician they wanted to be. "Oh, you want to be a plastic surgeon? Great!

    他們想成為什麼類型的醫生。"哦,你想成為一名整形外科醫生?太好了!"。

  • Let's go to this DO finder website and see if there are any DO plastic surgeons." Upon

    讓我們去這個DO查找網站,看看是否有任何DO整形外科醫生。"經

  • finding a handful of DO plastic surgeons, they would use that as supposed proof that

    找到少數幾個DO整形外科醫生,他們會用這個作為所謂的證據,證明

  • the DO route is a viable path to pursue plastic surgery.

    醫師路線是追求整形外科的一個可行途徑。

  • This is a textbook example of survivorship bias. The year I matched into plastic surgery,

    這是一個教科書式的倖存者偏差的例子。那一年,我匹配到了整形外科。

  • there was only 1 DO student in the entire country who matched into the field. It was

    整個國家只有一個博士生進入該領域。那是

  • so noteworthy that everyone heard about it. That means less than a fraction of a percent

    值得注意的是,每個人都聽說過它。這意味著不到百分之零點幾

  • of medical students who successfully matched into plastics were osteopathic, and over 99%

    成功匹配到塑料製品的醫學生中,超過99%是骨科醫生。

  • were allopathic. To suggest to an aspiring plastic surgeon

    是對抗療法。建議一個有抱負的整形外科醫生

  • premed that MD and DO are equal would be incredibly damaging to the odds of them being able to

    醫學博士和醫學博士是平等的,這將對他們能夠得到的機會造成難以置信的損害。

  • successfully pursue the field. It's fantastic that your sister's cousin's dog's therapist

    成功地追求這個領域。你姐姐的表妹的狗的治療師,這真是太棒了

  • went DO and matched into rocket surgery, but the fact remains it's far more challenging

    我想說的是,如果你想做火箭外科手術,你必須要有足夠的勇氣,但事實是,火箭外科手術的挑戰性要大得多。

  • to successfully match into the most competitive specialties if you go the DO route.

    如果你走DO路線,你可以成功地匹配到最具競爭力的專業。

  • The MD vs DO discussion brings us to the second point, which is choosing political correctness

    醫學博士與醫學博士的討論把我們帶到了第二點,那就是選擇政治正確性

  • over truth. In the modern era, being offended is a form of virtue signaling, where you can

    而不是真理。在現代,被冒犯是一種美德信號,你可以

  • flex on unwoke heathens and claim victory with your moral superiority.

    在未被喚醒的異教徒身上屈服,用你的道德優勢宣稱勝利。

  • When you share the cold hard fact about MD versus DO medical school admissions or residency

    當你分享關於MD與DO醫學院招生或住院醫師的冷酷事實時

  • matching, some number of people will choose to be offended. It's not because the facts

    匹配,一些人將選擇被冒犯。這並不是因為事實

  • are actually offensive, but because people have their own stories or insecurities that

    實際上是冒犯,但因為人們有他們自己的故事或不安全感,所以

  • are triggered by such facts. If I told you that on average, men are taller

    是由這樣的事實引發的。如果我告訴你,平均而言,男人更高大

  • than women, no one would bat an eye. Actually, wait, it's 2021 so surely someone super woke

    比起女性,沒有人會眨眼。實際上,等等,這是2021年,所以肯定有人超級醒目。

  • will be offended by that. But if I told you the average MD matriculant has a higher MCAT

    會對此感到不快。但是,如果我告訴你,醫學博士的平均預科生有更高的MCAT成績

  • and GPA than the average DO matriculant, some number of people will be offended, even if

    和GPA比普通的DO預科生高,有些人將被冒犯,即使是

  • you followed up to emphasize that both MD's and DO's can make for equally great doctors.

    你接著強調說,醫學博士和醫學博士都可以成為同樣偉大的醫生。

  • To deny facts and dumb down the conversation moves us further from the truth. And that's

    否認事實並使對話變得遲鈍,使我們離真相越來越遠。而這是

  • not a good thing. We all have value hierarchies, and what we

    不是一件好事。我們都有價值層次,而我們的

  • value at the top will displace lower level values. When you value political correctness

    處於頂層的價值將取代較低層次的價值。當你重視政治正確性的時候

  • and inclusion over truth, you end up with dangerous situations, like scope of practice

    和包容大於真理,你最終會出現危險的情況,如執業範圍

  • creep. We can all hold hands and sing kumbaya and say we're all equally qualified as healthcare

    蠕變。我們都可以手拉手,唱Kumbaya,說我們都有同等的資格作為醫療保健

  • providers in the name of inclusion, or we can seek the truth. The truth is that physicians,

    在包容的名義下,我們可以尋求真相。真相是,醫生們。

  • meaning MD's and DO's, receive more extensive training and clinical experience than any

    指的是醫學博士和醫學博士,他們接受的培訓和臨床經驗比任何一個人都豐富。

  • midlevel provider. While midlevels are highly valued members of the healthcare team, it's

    中級醫療人員。雖然中級醫生是醫療團隊中非常有價值的成員,但它是

  • dangerous when they claim they are just as qualified as physicians and should be able

    當他們聲稱他們和醫生一樣有資格,應該能夠

  • to practice independently. You can both acknowledge differences in training level and still value

    來獨立練習。你們既可以承認訓練水準的差異,又可以重視

  • and respect the various professions. This is a matter of patient safety, and if you

    並尊重各種職業。這是一個關係到病人安全的問題,如果你

  • or anyone you care about ever goes to the clinic or hospital for medical care, this

    你或你關心的任何人曾經去診所或醫院接受醫療護理,這個

  • is something you should care deeply about. Don't fall for ego self preservation traps

    是你應該深切關心的事情。不要落入自我保護的陷阱中

  • either. Facts are facts, and they aren't inherently good or bad. It's our personal

    要麼。事實就是事實,它們本身並沒有好壞之分。這是我們的個人

  • interpretation of facts that assign them meaning. If you find yourself angry or upset by a fact,

    對事實的解釋,賦予它們意義。如果你發現自己對一個事實感到憤怒或不安。

  • examine what meaning you're assigning to it. Some NP's commented on So You Want to Be

    檢查你賦予它的意義是什麼。一些NP對 "你想成為什麼樣的人 "的評論

  • a Nurse Practitioner and voiced frustration that their experience as an RN makes up for

    執業護士,並表示沮喪,他們作為護士的經驗彌補了

  • the smaller fraction of time spent in NP clinical training. I don't agree. First, many NP programs

    在NP臨床培訓中花費的時間較少。我並不同意。首先,許多NP項目

  • don't require any prior RN experience. But second, and more importantly, the job of an

    不需要任何事先的RN經驗。但是,第二,也是更重要的是,一個人的工作

  • RN is fundamentally different to that of a physician. A flight attendant flying hundreds

    RN與醫生的工作有根本性的不同。一個空姐飛了幾百個

  • of flights doesn't necessarily make them more qualified as a pilot, but they can still

    飛行員,並不一定能使他們更有資格成為一名飛行員,但他們仍然可以

  • be incredibly valuable and amazing as flight attendants.

    作為空姐,他們是非常有價值和了不起的。

  • The only way for midlevels to be equally qualified as physicians in clinical ability, despite

    儘管中層人員在臨床能力方面與醫生同等合格,但唯一的辦法是

  • receiving a small fraction in clinical training hours, is if medical school is far less efficient

    在臨床培訓時間中接受一小部分,是如果醫學院的效率遠遠低於

  • and medical students far less intelligent or capable, or if these alternative training

    和醫科學生的智力或能力差得多,或者如果這些替代培訓

  • paths are far more efficient and their students far more intelligent or capable. As I put

    道路的效率要高得多,他們的學生也要聰明得多,或者說能力要強得多。正如我所說

  • on my millenial cap of wokeness, I find myself deeply offended by such assumptions.

    當我戴上千禧年的工作帽時,我發現自己被這種假設深深冒犯了。

  • The third fatal mistake is not appreciating nuance. Simplification and approximations

    第三個致命的錯誤是不懂得欣賞細微差別。簡化和近似

  • of reality are necessary tools for humans to comprehend the world. A map, by definition,

    現實的地圖是人類理解世界的必要工具。根據定義,一張地圖。

  • is a simplified representation of reality. If it weren't, it would have to be full scale,

    是對現實的簡化表述。如果不是這樣,它就必須是全比例的。

  • and it wouldn't be a map - it would be an exact indistinguishable mirror of reality.

    而且它不會是一張地圖--它將是現實的一個完全無法區分的鏡子。

  • To more readily understand complex systems, we as humans must create simplified mental

    為了更容易理解複雜的系統,我們人類必須創造出簡化的思維方式。

  • models. While this is great for introducing oneself

    模型。雖然這對介紹自己很有幫助

  • to a new topic or understanding complex systems, it lacks the granularity in distinguishing

    對一個新的主題或對複雜系統的理解,它缺乏區分的顆粒度。

  • the subtleties that matter. For example, because the MCAT and GPA are

    重要的微妙之處。例如,由於MCAT和GPA是

  • the two most important and easily comparable objective measurements used in medical school

    這是在醫學院使用的兩個最重要和最容易比較的客觀測量方法

  • admissions, many overemphasize their relative importance.

    招生,許多人過分強調它們的相對重要性。

  • Don't get me wrong, the MCAT and GPA are incredibly important, as they are useful indicators to

    不要誤會我的意思,MCAT和GPA是非常重要的,因為它們是有用的指標。

  • medical school admissions committees on whether or not you can handle the medical school curriculum

    醫學院招生委員會對你是否能勝任醫學院的課程進行評估。

  • rigor, but they're not the end all be all. I've seen several students that, despite scoring

    嚴謹性,但它們不是全部。我見過幾個學生,儘管他們的分數是

  • in the 99th percentile on the MCAT and having a near perfect GPA, came to me for help as

    在MCAT考試中排名第99位,並且擁有近乎完美的GPA,向我尋求幫助。

  • reapplicants. That's right - despite having near perfect numbers, they still didn't get

    再申請者。這是正確的--儘管有接近完美的數字,他們仍然沒有得到

  • into medical school. I've also helped several students with seemingly prohibitively poor

    進入醫學院。我還幫助過幾個學生,他們的成績似乎很差。

  • MCAT and GPA gain admission to top tier programs. While the numbers help, they aren't everything.

    MCAT和GPA可以獲得頂級項目的錄取。雖然數字有幫助,但它們並不是全部。

  • Data is useful, but data does not account for all the nuances or factors that are not

    數據是有用的,但數據並不能說明所有的細微差別或沒有的因素。

  • easily quantifiable. In medical school admissions, there are several factors beyond objective

    容易量化。在醫學院的錄取中,有幾個因素是超出客觀的

  • scores that you must consider, namely the soft components of your application, meaning

    你必須考慮的分數,即你的應用程序的軟性成分,意味著

  • your personal statement, work and activities section, secondaries, and interview. Overall,

    你的個人陳述、工作和活動部分、第二部分和麵試。總體而言。

  • you want the various elements of your application to tell a cohesive story and narrative as

    你希望你的應用程序的各種元素能夠講述一個有凝聚力的故事和敘事,因為

  • to why you want to attend medical school and become a physician. This is why I constantly

    到你為什麼想上醫學院併成為一名醫生。這就是為什麼我不斷

  • emphasize the importance of a cohesive narrative-based application

    強調以敘事為基礎的連貫性應用的重要性

  • The fourth and final mistake is not being selective with your inputs. We often hear

    第四個也是最後一個錯誤是對你的投入沒有選擇性。我們經常聽到

  • about how important the company we keep is, or how we're the average of the 5 people we

    關於我們保持的公司有多重要,或者我們是我們的五個人的平均數。

  • associate with most. The same can be said about your inputs, meaning the media and information

    與大多數人有聯繫。對你的輸入也可以這樣說,即媒體和資訊

  • you consume. Just think about how your life view and perspectives change depending on

    你所消費的。試想一下,你的人生觀和觀點是如何改變的,取決於

  • which news sites or channels you frequent. If you get all of your premed tips and advice

    你經常瀏覽哪些新聞網站或頻道。如果你得到所有的醫學預科提示和建議

  • from other premeds, you'll have a different level of understanding compared to if you

    與其他預科醫生相比,你會有不同程度的理解。

  • seek out experts who have gone through the process and served on medical school admissions

    尋找那些經歷過這一過程並在醫學院招生中任職的專家。

  • committees. But there are so many supposed experts out

    委員會。但是有這麼多所謂的專家在外面

  • there who sometimes give conflicting advice. How do you know who you can trust?

    那裡的人有時會給出相互矛盾的建議。你怎麼知道你可以信任誰?

  • First, look at their credentials. For starters, they need to at least have attended medical

    首先,看一下他們的證書。首先,他們至少需要參加過醫學教育。

  • school and served on medical school admissions committees. And when someone calls themself

    學校,並在醫學院招生委員會任職。而當有人自稱是

  • a "doctor", don't just assume they attended medical school. There are companies out there

    一個 "醫生",不要只是假設他們上過醫學院。外面有一些公司

  • headed by PhD's or other non-physician doctors, who never went to medical school and never

    由博士或其他非醫生的醫生上司,他們從未上過醫學院,也從未

  • served on admissions committees. They proclaim they're doctor-led, however, because they

    在招生委員會任職。然而,他們宣稱自己是醫生主導的,因為他們

  • want to mislead you in thinking they attended medical school and know the ins and outs of

    想誤導你,讓你以為他們上過醫學院,知道醫學的內涵和外延。

  • the process. Second, look at their track record, both in

    的過程。第二,看看他們的記錄,包括在

  • the students they've worked with and their personal success. Simply getting into medical

    他們曾經合作過的學生和他們的個人成功。僅僅是進入醫學

  • school does not make you a medical school admissions expert. Ensure they have a proven

    學校並不能使你成為醫學院的招生專家。確保他們有一個成熟的

  • track record of repeatable success across hundreds of clients. Also look at their own

    在數以百計的客戶中,有可重複的成功記錄。還可以看一下他們自己的

  • level of success. If they tried getting into orthopedic surgery but couldn't match and

    水準的成功。如果他們試圖進入骨科手術,但無法匹配和

  • had to settle on something less competitive instead, they probably aren't the best person

    他們可能不是最好的人選。

  • to give you advice on how to excel in medical school, crush your boards, or secure dozens

    給你建議如何在醫學院取得優異成績,粉碎你的董事會,或確保幾十個人的安全。

  • of publications to match into the most desirable residencies.

    著作,以配合最理想的住院治療。

  • At Med School Insiders, you'll work with the best in the industry. We specialize in helping

    在Med School Insiders,你將與行業中最好的人合作。我們專注於幫助

  • students craft effective narrative based applications and secure acceptances to top medical school

    學生製作有效的基於敘述的申請,並確保被頂級醫學院錄取。

  • and residency programs. That's because not only did we gain admission to top medical

    和住院醫師項目。這是因為我們不僅獲得了頂級醫療機構的錄取

  • schools with full tuition scholarship and match into the most competitive residencies,

    獎學金的學校,並匹配到最具競爭力的居住地。

  • but we've also mentored thousands of other students in doing the same. Through our innovative

    但我們也指導了成千上萬的其他學生做同樣的事情。通過我們的創新

  • and proprietary systems, we've had an over 99% satisfaction rating across more than 3,500

    我們在3,500多個項目中獲得了超過99%的滿意度。

  • customers. Learn more and elevate your application at MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    客戶。在MedSchoolInsiders.com瞭解更多並提升你的申請。

  • Thank you all so much for watching. If you enjoyed this video, check out my video on

    非常感謝大家的觀看。如果你喜歡這個視頻,請查看我的視頻

  • 6 medical school application dealbreakers, or give us a visit on MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    6個醫學院申請的障礙,或在MedSchoolInsiders.com上給我們一個訪問。

  • Much love, and I'll see you guys there.

    非常感謝,我們會在那裡見到你們。

Any time you have a large group of people working tirelessly toward a goal, you're bound

任何時候,當你有一大群人為一個目標不懈努力時,你一定會

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